Inside the TV newsroom : profession under pressure ; a newsroom ethnography of public service ; TV journalism in the UK and Denmark (Book, 2018) [WorldCat.org]
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Inside the TV newsroom : profession under pressure ; a newsroom ethnography of public service ; TV journalism in the UK and Denmark

Author: Line Hassall Thomsen
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA Intellect 2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Exploring the shared professional ideals of journalists, the study analyzes how they conceive of stories as important, and how their ideals relating to their work are expressed and aspired to in  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Line Hassall Thomsen
ISBN: 9781783208838 178320883X
OCLC Number: 1040658712
Description: xiii, 313 Seiten : Illustrationen ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I: Journalists and Newsrooms as Objects of ResearchIntroductionChapter 1: Studying Journalists at Work1.1 Review of News Production Studies1.2 Journalism as a Profession1.3 Media Anthropology with a Focus on Production 1.4 Conclusions Part II: An Anthropologist Among JournalistsChapter 2: Anthropology as a Method of Studying Journalists at Work 2.1 Entering the Newsroom2.2 Conducting Fieldwork2.3 Access: A Constant Negotiation2.4 The Obstacle of Imagining Differences but Finding Similarities2.5 The Interview2.6 Presenting the Field27 Conclusions Part III: Introducing the Four News Divisions and a Relationship of Constant CompetitionChapter 3: Talking About Differences: How News Workers Define Themselves and Each Other3.1 Monopoly and Duopoly of Broadcasting3.2 Being 'Best' as Boundary-making3.3 A Shared Struggle3.4 When Broadcasters Agree3.5 Conclusions Part IV: Inside the New NewsroomsChapter 4: A New Design of the Old Newsroom 4.1 The Market Logic of Changing the Newsroom4.2 Inside the Newsroom: Spatial Layout4.3 Inside the Newsroom: Editorial Meetings 4.4 Conclusions Chapter 5: Negotiating the Newsroom 5.1 Negotiating the Stage5.2 A Room Where Someone Is Always Watching5.3 The Stage is Set 5.4 'Multi-skilling' as the Term for What Went Wrong5.5 Conclusions Part V: New Struggles and Old Ideals Chapter 6: The Unity and Community of Journalists6.1 Following Connections between the Newsrooms6.2 Communities of Practice and the Imagined Colleagues6.3 The Constant Peer Review6.4 How Pride and a Distance to The Others Unites 6.5 Conclusions Chapter 7: The 'Good' Journalist: An Old Ideal7.1 A Shared Value 7.2 Good Work as a Public Service 7.3 The 'Good News Story' 7.4 Good Work as 'Very Scout-Like'7.5 Conclusions Part VI: Exiting the NewsroomChapter 8: Conclusion: A Profession Under Pressure8.1 Connections Across Newsrooms8.2 New Struggles to Reach Old Ideals?8.3 Methodological Considerations8.4 Primary Contributions EpilogueSummaryAppendixReferencesIndex
Other Titles: Inside the television newsroom
Responsibility: Line Hassall Thomsen.

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